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THE MORNING ASTOMANi ASTORIA; OREGON.
Quotations intho Portland
I'll! i V,
Complete Markti Reports Corrected
Each Dijr Giving the Wholeiale
Prices of Commodities, Perm
Produce, end Vegetibles.
PORTLAND, March 26.Follow
Ing the Jump of 30 cents the first
week, sugar made another semational
advance today, when the jobbing
trade announced a second 30-cent lift
In the prices of all grades of the re
fined article. '.' . ; ,
An advance of 60 cents a hundred
within a week is something out of the
ordinary in the local sugar market,
but the higher prices were made nec
essary by the advances that have
taken place recently in the Eastern
markets. Not in years have the
sugar markets of the world been In
so excited a condition as now,
There was a firmer feeling in the
, egg market today, due largely to a
.' better shipping inquiry, and though
i receipts continue large there was a
disposition to hold for half a cent
more than the prices that have pre
vailed thus far this week. Today's
quotations were IS to IS 1-2 cents
for uncandled stocks and 16 for care
fully candled goods.'
Grain, Flour, Feed.
Wheat-Club, 82c; Valley, 82c;
bluestem, 84c; red Russian, 80c. ;
Oats Producers' !prices: ! White,
$28; gray, $26(2)27.
Flour Hard wheat, patent, $4.80
straight, $4.00; graham, $4.50; rye, $5;
whole, wheat flour, $4.45; Dakota,
$6.40(26.60; ' Eastern rye, $6.60;
PilUWrg, $7; Corvallli, $4.40.
Rye-i$1.40 per cwt ,
Corn Whole, $32.50 cracked,
$33.50 per toa
Hay Wholesale selling prices;
Valley timothy, $1718; Eastern
Oregon, $20021; clover, $14 15;
Grain bags Domestic, 81c; Cal
cutta, 9c. , i
Millfeed City bran, $24.50; coun
try bran, $25.50; city shorts, $26;
country shorts, $27; chop, $22; mid
Barley Producers' prices: Brewing
$28.50; feed, $27; rolled, $28(229. '
Buckwheat $36 per ton.
Cereal Foods Rolled oats, cream,
90-11). sacks, $7; lower grade, $6.50;
oatmeal, steel cut, 45-tb. tacks, $8;
9-tb. sacks, $4,25 per bale; oatmeal
(ground), 45-lb. sacks, $7.50 per bar
rel; 9-tb. sacks, $4.00 per bale! split
peas, $4.50 per 100-lb. sacks; 25-lb.
boxes, $1.25 per box ;pastry flour,
10-lb. .sacks, $2.7$ per bale.
Eggs-Ranch, candled, 15lSJc. I
Cheese Young' America, 16ic; Or
egon full cream, flats, 15151c '
Butter Country creamery, 2530c;
city creamery, 35c; store, 14i15c;
butter fat, 281c. (. ...
Honey Dark, ll12c lb.; amber,
12(13c lb.; fancy white, I4115c.
Beeswax Good, clean and pure,
2225c per pound.
Tallow Prime, 5c; " No. 2 and
grease, 26c per pound.
Poultry Old jroosfcrsQlOc lb.;
hens, 13ifJ14c; Springs, 14141c;
March Official Tide Tables
Compiled by the U. S. Government for
Astoria and Vicinity.
MARCH, 1 cos.
Friday .......... SI
Saturday ....... 7
MonJsy ,,. t
Saturday ....... tl
Tuesday , 84
8UNDAY '. 2
2.1 Wednesday 4
8.8 (Thursday 6
1.6 Friday S
7.S Saturday 7
7.1 SUNDAY 8
8.6 Monday 8
S.l Wednesday 11
S.8 Thursday 12
S.S Friday 18
1.8 Saturday .......14
7.S SUNDAY 15
.... I Monday IS
8.0 Tuesday 17
8.1 Wednesday 18
8.1 Friday 20
7.8 Saturday 21
7.6 SUNDAY ......22
7.1! Monday 28
S.S .Tuesday 84
S.2 1 Wednesday 25
7.1 Saturday 28
7.7 1 SUNDAY 29
t.t Monday .........80
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Up to the highest standards
Bookb ind i ng
After strictly modern methods
Of every description
Our Facilities Are
And we promptly execute all orders
J. S. Dellihger Co.
fryers, 1718c pound; dressed stock,
lllc higher than live; ducks, 15(3
16cib,f turkeys, live, 1415c lb.;
dressed, 17218c lb.; geese, live, 8
9c lb.; pigeons, old, $1 per dozen;
Squabs, $22.50 per dozen.
.,t iv .Vegetables. ,
Cabbage $1.25(31.50 cwt.; cauli
flower, $l.751.85 crate; celery, $4(3
5. crate; parsley, $1.25; hothouse let
tuce, 75cS1.09 box; head, 85c dozen;
spinach, box, ,, 7585c; . Brussels
sprouts, 10c; artichokes, 7585c doz.;
tomatoes, $2.00 crate; peppers, 22ic
per lb.; eggplant, 20c lb.; beets, $1
per cwt.; turnips, 75c$l per cwt;
carrots, 50c$l per cwt; cucumbers,
$1.75 per dozen; green onions, 25c
dozen ;asparagus, 12115c lb.; rhu
barb, 8c lb.; green peas, 12c lb.
Potatoes Buying price, 5060c
per cwt.; sweets, $4 per cwt
Onions Buying price, $3.75(34.00
Fresh Meats and Fish.
Oysters Shoalwater Bay, per gal
lon, $2.25; per sack, $4.50; Toke
roint, $1.60 per 100; Olympias (120
lbs.), $6; Olympias, per gallon, $2.25.
Fresh Meats Veal, fancy, 100 lbs.,
averag, 991c; 100 to 150 lbs.,
Sic lb.; large and coarse, lSPc; hogs,
fancy block, 77ic; heavies, 67c;
beef, bulls, 314c; cows, 45c;
steers, 5ic6c; muttons, medium
size, 10llc; large and coarse, 89c
Clams Little neck, per box, $2.50;
razor clams, $2.00 per box.
Fish Halibut, 6c; black cod, 8c;
black bass, per lb., 20c; striped bass,
13c; smelt, 7c; herring, 51c; flounders,
6c; catfish, 11c; shrimp,' 10c; perch,
7c; sturgeon, 121c; sea trout, 18c; torn
cod, 10c; salmon, silversides, 9c;
steelheads,' 11c; chinooks, 12c lb.;
lobsters, 25c lb.
, Domestic t Fruits Apples, fancy,
$1.75(222.50 box; common to good, $1
(S1.50 box; pears, $1.752.00 box;
cranberries, $7.009 per barrel
Dried Fruits Apples, 910c per
pound; apricots, 2729c; peaches, 11
13c; pears, lll14c; Italian prunes,
56c; California igs, white, in sacks,
7ic per pound; black, 67c; bricks,
75c$2.25 per box; Smyrna, 16171c
per pound; dates, Persian, 617c per
pound.. ; .. . .
Tropical Fruits Lemons, $2.00
3.50 box; limes, 75c per 100; oranges,
new navels, $1.752.50 box; grape
fruit, $3.504.00 box; bananas, 5c
lb.; crated, 51c lb.; tangerines, $1.40
1.50 box; pineapples, $45 dozen.
Groceries, Provisions, Etc. ,
Sugar (sck basis) D. C, $5.65;
XX, $5.45; beets, $5.45; Golden C,
$3.50; extra C, $5.15; powdered, $5.80;
boxes, 55c cwt advance over sack
jasis; fruit or berry sugar, $5.65;
boxes, 55c cwt advance over sack
basis (less ix if pai dfor in 15 days).
Coffee Mocha, , 2428c; Java,
fancy, 25028c; Java, good, 2024c;
Java, ordinary, 1720c; Costa. Rica,
fancy, 1820c; Costa Rica, good, 16
18c; Arbuckle, $16.63 cwt; Lion,
$15.83 cwt; Colombia coffee, 14c lb.;
Salvador, lli141c. . :
Rice Imperial Japan, No. 1, $6.25;
Southern Japan, $5.255.75; broken,
5c; head, fancy, $66.75.
Sago and Tapioca 61c
Provisions Hams, large, 13c;
small, 13c; picnic, 91c; boiled hams,
22c; boiled picnic, 28c; breakfast,
bacon, fancy ,22c; English, 151c; dry
salted short clears, 10c; backs, 10c.
Dates Golden, 60-lb boxes, 66Sc;
l-lb packages, 8c; Fard, 15-lb boxes,
$1.40 box. . r
Lard Kettle-rendered tierces, 111c;
tubs, 12c; 50s, 12c; 20s, 121c; 10s,
121c; 5s, 128c. Standard pure: Tierces,
lc less; compound, tierces, 8c; leaf,
Raisins Loose muscatels, 3-crown.
771c; 4-crov,n, 718c; bleached
seedless Sultanas, 9112c; unbleach
ed seedless Sultanas, 881c; London
layers, 3-crown, whole boxes of 20
pounds, $2.00; 2-crown, $1.75.
Canned salmon Columbia River,
l-lb tails, $2.10; 2-lb tails, $3.00;
fancy, l-lb flats, $2.25; l-lb flats,
$1.40; fancy, l-lb, ovals, $2.75; Alaska
tails, pinks, 95c; red, $1.40; nominal,
2s, talis, $2.25.
Spices Cloves, 25c lb; chillies,
131c lb.' -
, Salt- Bales of 75-2s, bale, $2.15;
bales of 60-3s, $2.15; bales of 40-4s,
bale, $2.15; bales of 15-10s, bale, $2.15;
bags, 50s, Ine, ton, $16.50; bags, 50c;
genuine Liverpool, ton, $18; bags,
50s, 1-ground, $13.50; 100s, ton, $13;
R. S. V. P., 20 5-lb cartons,' $2.25;
R. S. V. P., 3-lb cartons', $1.75; Liv
erpool, lump, per ton, $20.50.
Nuts Walnuts, 15120c r per- lb;
filberts, 16c; Brazils, 20c; pecans, 14
20c; hickory, 8c; Virgina peanuts,
6Sc; Jumbo Virginia peanuts, 7c; Jap
anese peanuts, 61c; chestnuts, Italian,
10c; Ohio, 25c; cocoanuts, dozen, 90c
($1.00; pine nuts, 171c lb.
Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc.
Hops 1907 crop, 4gl51c lb.
Wool Valley, 1618c; Eastern
Oregon, 1218c, as to shrinkage. ,
Cascara Sagrada (chittim'bark) 4
5ic per.lb.v fr r, -U
Beeswax Good, clean and pure, 22
(8125c per lb.
Tallow Prime, Sc; No. 2 and
51c; 1-barrel lots, 52c; ia cases, 58c;
boiled, 5-barrel i lots, S3c; ' 1-barrel
lots, 14c; in cases. 60c
Turpentine-Mr cases, 72c; in wood
barrels, 691c; in iron barrels, 65c; in
10-case lots, 71c . . c
Benzine V. M. and P. and Union
Naphtha, ' cases, 191c; Iron barrels,
Gasoline Union and Red Crown,
bbls., 171c; cases, 241c Motor, bbls.,
17ic; cases, 241c 86 degrees, bbls.
grease, 26c per lb.
Oregon Graperoot Per 100 pounds,
Hides-Dry hides, No. 1, 121c lb;
dry, No. 1, 12c lb; dry salted, one
third less; dry calf, 14c lb; salted
steers, 5c pound; salted cows, 4c lb;
stags and bulls, 3c lb; kip, 5c lb;
calf, 9c lb; green stock, lc less;
sheepskins, shearlings, 1025c; short
wool, 3040c; medium and long
wool, according to quality, 501b9Cc;
dry horses, 50c$l; dry colt 25c; an
gora, 80c$l; goat, oemmon, 10
Oils, Lead, Etc
Coal Oil Union and pearl and as
tral oil, cases, 181c per gallon; water
white, iron barrels, 11c; eocene and
extra star, cases, 211c; headlight oil,
cases, 191c; iron barrels, 121c; elaine,
Linseed' Oil Raw, 5-barrel lots,
30c; cases, 371c. Engine Distillate,
bbls., 10c; cases, 171c
Lead Strictly pure white lead, in
ton lots, 7!c; 500-ft lots, 8c less; less
than 500 lbs., 8k; red lead and lith
arge, lc higher than white
EXHIBITION OF STATUARY.
NEW YORK, Mar. 26.-New York
sculptors have sent four carloads of
statuary to Baltimore for exhibition
by the National Sculptor Society
there beginning April 4. The city's
exhibits number 400 in all.
Notice of Chattel Mortgage Sale
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that under and pursuant to the
terms of a certain chattel mortgage
executed in favor of George Kaboth,
as mortgagee, by Peter E. Peterson,
as mortgagor, dated June 10th, 1907,
and recorded on the same date at
Page 181 of Book 2 of the Records of
Chattel Mortgages of and for Clatsop
County, Oregon, and which said
mortgage was on the 11th day of
March, 1908, assigned by the said
George Kaboth, as mortgagee, to
Lcuise Weinhard, Anna Wessinger,
Paul Wessinger and Henry Wagner,
executrixes and executors, respective
ly, of the Estate of Henry Weinhard,
deceased, and recorded on the same
date on Page 341 in Book 2 of the
Record of Chattel Mortgages of and
for Clatsop County, Oregon, which
said mortgage was executed to secure
the payment to the said George
Kaboth, as mortgagee, of a note of
even date therewith for the sum of
$500.00 together with interest thereon
at the rate of 8 per cent per annum
until the payment thereof, and attor
neys' fees in event of suit, and which
said note has been indorsed to the
above-named assignees, and the con
dition of which said mortgage has
been broken, so as to allow a fore
closure thereof, the undersigned, for
the purpose of foreclosing said mort
gage has taken possession of the
personal property therein described
and will sell and dispose of the same
at public auction to the highest bid
der or bidders for cash, at the hour
of 10 o'clock in the forenoon On
Thursday, the 2nd day of April, 1908,
at the front door of the Mirror Sa
loon, at number 576 on Bond street
in Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon.
That the said personal property de
scribed in said mortgage and so to be
disposed of at public auction is and
'consists of the front and back bar,
and fixtures, one safe, one cash
register, two elks heads, and all
tables and chairs, wines, liquors,
cigars, etc., now in said saloon situ
ated at number 576 Bond street and
known as the Mirror Saloon.
PAUL, WESSINGER, and
Executrixes and ' Executors, respec
tively of the Estate of Henry
Weinhardy 'deceased.' ' !' ' 3-25-7t
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